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ukrainian soldiers and pro-russia separatists. vehicles and tires have become makeshift barricades set alight to try to keep the government troops at bay. >> translator: there are a lot of victims from both sides, from the civilians and the fighters at the checkpoint. people are simply going to work were injured. there were a lot of injured and a lot of dead. they were shooting at buildings from the tanks for about half an hour. >> a stockpile of petrol bombs was on hand to throw at soldiers who came near. it didn't stop the advance of armored vehicles nor did the angry chant did of residents. checkpoints are now controlling traffic in and out. but not all traffic has been halted. after eight days in captivity, a convoy carrying a team of osce observers did make it through. they embraced freedom with an over powering sense of relief. a carefully coregraved happenedover. >> you can't imagine. it's happiness, deep relief. the situation was really tough the last two nights as we saw the situation developing every minute gets longer. and finally, with the cooperation of all of the key pla
is looming. i am talking about eastern ukraine. a part of the country that borders russia. these ukrainian soldiers are rolling through one of several towns overrun by armed separatists who believe the towns should be russian. this is not right on the border, it is happening more than 150 miles into ukraine. dozens of people have been killed and people who live there are basically hiding out in their own homes. meanwhile, a team of international military observers that were held hostage more than a week by the pro-russian forces are now free. cnn's arwa damon is in eastern ukraine. >> reporter: that 12 member osce team finally freed, they had been taken hostage april 25th, accused by the self proclaimed mayor of being nato spies. on their release, he referred to them as guests. they appeared to be tired, but said they had been treated fairly well. the german foreign minister thanking the efforts of russian envoy and ensuring their release. the number two for the osce commission saying this is an example of how important negotiations are. but elsewhere throughout the country, we're seeing v
and in russia, czars, england, the navy the ruble waves, that we were not the superpower, we are very isolationist from world war i. world war ii changes everything. you cannot put your finger on any part of american culture, society, silence, politics, everything changes. we reject the lead of nations. we pass into the 1930s which prohibited american troops leaving u.s. oil and that was the world in which we operated. we give rise to the america first movement after the nazi invasion of poland in september 1949 which if we didn't respond to. december 7th and eighth is the one time in the history of the united states, we can ourselves we are united as a citizenry. we have never been united. we have always been divided. in the american revolution there was a lot of tory sympathizers in the united states. benjamin franklin's son was imprisoned as a tory sympathizer during the revolutionary war. we were not united during the war of 1812. the civil war was about the divisions in this country. spanish-american war again. even our entry into world war ii congress debated for many days and e
. fredricka. >> nick paton-walsh, thanks so much. this violence comes a few weeks after ukraine and russia and western countries reached a peace deal. now russia says the deal is dead. the spokes man for vladimir putin said the military movement is the last nail in the coffin. matthew chance is joining us from moscow. matthew, it is hard to tell what putin is doing to use the violence to push the deal out the window. what is happening here? >> reporter: actually, within the past few minutes, a statement issued by the foreign ministry which lavrov, the foreign minister said, look, the geneva agreement is the best way of deescalating the situation in eastern ukraine. a phone conversation with kerry and lavrov. he called on the united states to use everything within its power to get the authorities to end the military operations in eastern ukraine. this comes after the terrible deaths that took place in odessa. nearly 40 people killed. pro-russian supporters in a government building inside and torched by a pro-kiev supporters. that is not gone down well. the kremlin condemned the action. the
as credible. as troops pushed in they were surrounded by angry residents. many here support russia and say the government in kiev a hostile. >> we want them to leave. that's it. >> reporter: we don't have weapons, this woman said. we don't have anything. a spokesman for russian president vladimir putin has blamed the uptick in violence on the west and the government in kiev and said it would be absurd for ukraine to have presidential elections. those are currently scheduled to take place later this month. anthony? >> thanks. >>> house republicans are again pressing the obama administration over the attack on the u.s. consulate in benghazi libya in 2012. speaker john boehner is forming a select committee to investigate disclosures this week that show the add min strigs misled the american people. mark al enter the in our washington bureau with more. >> reporter: good morning. speaker john boehner as recently as last month saw no reason for such a high-profile committee, but changed his mind this week and announced it just hours after a different house committee subpoen
by side in the rose garden and spoke with one voice threatening broader sanctions against russia if it continues to foment violence in ukraine. >> if in fact we see the disruptions and the destabilizations continuing so severely that it impedes elections on may 25th we will not have a choice but to move forward with additional more severe sanction he. >> translator: i agree with the american president that they are not an end in itself, but combined with an offer that we want diplomatic solutions it is a very necessary second component to show that we're serious, serious about our principles. >> what form sanctions would take is still in question. president obama has pressed european leaders to press sectors. >> energy flows from russia to europe, those continued even in the midst of the cold war. at the height of the cold war. so the idea that you are going to turn off the tap on all the russian oil or natural gas exports i think is unrealistic. >> reporter: president obama said sectorsto could hit lines of trade. the two being leaders had their first meetings in almost two
at the us president and the visiting german chancellor said about the threat of tougher sanctions on russia. barack obama going up the prospect of measures targeting defence and finance. this is in ukraine to govern helicopters were shot down the aisle to get defensive. it's a good sled dogs has also been deadly stuff streaking up the southern port city of deaths. at least three killed there. also the newsletter may not have a new president can lay claim to the minister along with most eligible bachelor. the actions of george clooney's impeachment to human rights attorney and all of the team. i was char while ago here on false and get you her press conference from the white house. a lot of it. reacting to what's been up friday of escalation in both eastern and southern ukraine. in the port of odessa. three killed in clashes between pro russian protesters and supporters of ukrainian unity. meanwhile anton offensive by government forces on the eastern city of sled dogs marks for the shooting down two ukrainian helicopters kids security services when one was hit by a surface to air missiles. o
as president obama and german chancellor angela merkel met at the white house. the two leaders warned russia they are prepared to impose more sanctions. >> the goal is not to punish russia. the goal is to give them an incentive to choose the better horse, and that is to resolve these issues diplomatically -- a better course, and that is to resolve these issues diplomatically. and i think we are united on that front. >> they set a may 25 trigger date for economic sanctions, but will be sanctions stop putin's ambitions? joining me, a director of russian studies at the kanin institute. >>l this stop? we have tried times with sanctions. it does not seem to be helping much. >> putin has certain geo- political objectives. these sanctions will hurts. they will hurts going forward. in terms of the short-term to strategic objectives, he is not going to be deterred -- >> when you talk about his objectives, what are we talking about? does he want all of ukraine? just to cooler areas? wants allt think he of ukraine. if he wanted to invade ukraine, he could've done earlier. his main objective is to under
. the catalyst, the increasing tensions of ukraine, russia calling for emergency u.n. security council meeting after pro-russian forces shot down two cr ukrainian helicopters. the gdl up about 1%, as well, carl. back over to you guys. >> thanks so much. >>> when we come back, if steve jobs were alive today, should he be in jail? that's the headline of the jim stewart column this weekend in "the new york times." stewart's here to talk about what he's written in a moment. but first, rick santelli watching the jobs number and other things today, rick. >> yeah. i'll tell you what. just getting arms around the jobs number and objective way to try to get on the same page as the market is a real job. but i will leave you with this. geopolitics is the new weather. what do i mean by that? you have to join me at the bottom of the hour. >>> european markets closing a moment ago. let's bring in simon hobbs. >> if you took a weighted average of europe down half of 1%. manufacturing data good today. the eurozone growing at the fastest pace in manufacturing for three months but the unemployment rate at 11.8%
conference from the rose gordon -- rose garden. you can watch that at bloomberg.com. russia will dominate their discussion. for more on that, we are back with mohamed el-erian and phil mattingly. has the crisis in ukraine helped heal a rift between the president and angela merkel? >> i think it has. administration officials feel repair thelped initial committee cases between the officials. since the ukraine crisis started in late february, the president angela merkel have spoken eight times by phone. they been closely aligned with every move on the sanctions side. g issue remains important to the germans. it will come up again. on ukraine, communications are on a good level. both recognize they cannot move forward on ukraine without the other. >> mohamed, you questioned recently where is the rule of law global politics. >> for good news is ukraine is bringing the west closer together. the bad news is it is a major test for the rule of law. days, the geneva agreements are dead. mr. putin continues to make requests on ukraine that are unrealistic. conditions on the ground in eastern ukraine
action on russia after the latest exclamation -- escalation. of course for its part, russia is blaming ukraine, saying they sent a convoy in order to negotiate the release of the eight monitors who were captured by pro-russian separatists earlier. so i think what the ukraine wants to hear is that there is no stepping back, that they are ready to continue to back them on this. right heather, yesterday vladimir putin effectively told erchnof ofchurch an pull back. how are they reacting to that statement in kiev? are think people in kiev very much on amused by what putin has said after what happened here. it is pretty much business as usual, but they are obviously behind the government making some effort to control what is going on there and not just guessing the pro-russian separatist take this buildings that will and gradually take control of the region. >> heather harris, thank you so much, safe travels, our executive editor for eastern europe and emerging markets reporting today from kiev. on this job say, we have alan kruger for you in the next hour. even better, thomas pacelli econo
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a message to russia. we have more from eastern ukraine. >> firmly in the hans of the pro russian protesters who now occupy the police, security and regional government buildings, an embarrassment for the interim government who has been promis promising to strike back with a terror company that never really happened. now he points a finger at its own police forces. >> security service in these regions, first of all in the regions unable to fulfill it's duties to protect it's citizens. they are hopeless in these issues. furthermore some of these you wants assessed or are in cooperation with terrorist groups. >> reporter: the interim government's failure to retake buildings seems to only embolden pro russian militants. for many here the defense units. >> it's clear that these are organized people and organized groups they gather people and these buildings are just handed to them. >> reporter: police have been unable or unwilling to stop them. they're often seen standing around the barricades while protesters vow to bring down the government they belong to. some have lamented that kiev is not p
are companies like x on mobil and chevron are both of which operate here in russia but it was saying he hopes that there will not need to get it out retaliatory steps apparently they are in iraq as arsenal in case the situation arises. my senior us officials have continued referring to some question no evidence of moscow's involvement in the uprising in ukraine's east. and in his latest beach the second statement and pages of links to russian agents claimed to have been seen in crimea and georgette testimony she has displayed the photographer to take some of the picture is saying the funds are being twisted on the channel has fallen under the criticism of the state of calm and to get sick and on this link the antiseptic chips taste in diplomacy and effect if not i'll see what cold is falsifying of phonics and distorting reality. aussies in action she has more now from washington dc undersecretary for diplomacy and affairs which are single sort of followed up by a secretary kerry's attack on rt last week where he told us that propaganda for four and was the single is accusing rt of making fa
there is no way to stop the unrest in two eastern regions bordering russia. he says police and security pless," and are in some cases cooperating with pro-russian government who have seized buildings and taking people hostage. vice president joe biden reassure the prime minister of ofvia that in the face russian assertiveness in ukraine the united states is committed to the collective defense of nato allies. mr. biden met with latvian prime minister at the white house yesterday and today the vice president speaks at the atlantic council on the situation in ukraine. here the remarks later today on c-span radio. those are some of the latest headlines on c-span radio. everybody says how do you think these women came from such a very low part of the world? so victorian era is stratified. there was the very rich and the middle class and then the real robber baron achievers. the life and times of these women is the most buccaneer time you can think of. after the civil war. finances were becoming major, yet rockefeller, jim fest, all of the robber barons were making a lot of money. i think it was e
of motherhood as she set out to adopt a daughter from russia. but soon thereafter, our next guest discovered her daughter, julia, suffered from rad, reactive attachment disorder. it's a condition that affects thousands of orphans all across the globe due to abeen donement and neglect, among other things. that mom now sharing her story of her family and their ups and downs in the new book "rescuing julia twice." tina joins us live. good morning to you. >> good morning. >> you rescued her twice. the first time was? >> eight months old, siberian orphanage. got her on valentine's day, middle of the winters in siberia. and she was a beautiful baby. >> and you rescued her the second time when you realized something is the matters with my child and i got to figure out what it is. >> that's right. that's right. more importantly was we rescued her from herself. we rescued her from a dark place, a place where she was incapable of bonding and attaching and feeling the benefit of love. >> that's referred to as rad. >> it's a condition that is typically affiliated with children who have been neglected or abu
by the president of that country. ecuador has thrown its lot in with countries like venezuela and russia and china. that's were they see the future of latin america so they have made that move. ,he people that were in there working with them was full knowledge of the ecuadorian government and had been there for years and years. they were working with them on that, and drug ever which is a problem in ecuador and they have been helpful. they have decided to throw their lot in with other countries. we are in the process -- >> it's a geopolitical issue? a great way to snub their noses the united states. >> this is a question from representative angle i will briefly go over it -- on november 15, 2013, an interview with defense news, you stated that since you have lost coast guard the would publish the western hemisphere strategy on how to fill these gaps. that is five months ago. wants to know what the status of the report is. >> we have been trying to come theith strategies for specific areas and evolving missions and put out an arctic strategy just last year. we have in working on the western hemisph
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in america are starting? the role for congress to turn the back for america. incursion,r russia's in nation, depending on who you ask, they tried to guarantee more loans to the country. there were some people who said that this is not a good idea, we are not going to get this money back, and tried to tap into that populist frustration across the country. rand paul is one of those people. he is positioning himself as the menu doesn't want to give american money away abroad. that it makes you an isolationist amanda does put him out of the mainstream of what the parties doing. guest: it's an interesting point that the caller raises. both congress and the white house avenue 2 jobs in terms of domestic policy and foreign policy, and the white house would certainly argue that it is very important that ukraine feel the support of the united states both in terms of the loan guarantee but also just support dealinge of the u.s. with the challenges that russia is creating. the questions about if congress to move quickly on that but not on employment insurance or these other issues are fair questions.
, let's go to my radio co-host, carol massar. carol. >> thanks, pimm. sanctions against russia because of its actions. the sanctions target individuals and companies in the inner circle of vladimir putin. andncludes travel bans asset freezes. and increasing dividends and buybacks, bank of america says it made a decision after finding an error in its stress test. which was submitted to the federal reserve. and general electric may find some competition. siemens could make an offer if they get access to the same financial information as ge did. this is from sources familiar. that is a headline this hour. >> thank you. let's go to the milken global conference taking place in los angeles. bloomberg's erik schatzker and stephanie ruhle have been speaking with the guests all day, and currently, they are with the governor of colorado. erik? stephanie? pimm, thank you so much. we are, again, with governor john hickenlooper. here in beautiful beverly hills. >> glad to be here. >> colorado has fascinated the area for many reasons, but recently, the nation's fascination is with marijuana. >> a qu
appropriation panel to talk about the treasure department's budget and sanctions against russia. >> there is a lot more disconnection and families broken that should not be bro n broken. and i am talking about good families that go from one job to another and living in that work class and up and down world puts a lot of strain on people and affects family connections and addiction is so poplar now. i think all of this is contributing to the american story. >> former gang member and political activist luis rodriguez will take your questions sunday on booktv. >> the brooking institution held a discussion on the future of u.s. defense policy and spending on monday. mack thornberry and rick larson of texas state were there. they serve on the arms committee. >> good afternoon, i am from the 21st century intelligence and i would like to welcome you to this conversation. we are going to ask questions of the congressman and try to elicit conversation on strategic and various defense issues then turn to you for questions. eagle was on the independent panel assessing rerue view and worke
. new sanctions against russia because of its actions. the sanctions target individuals and companies in the inner circle of vladimir putin. measures includes bans of visas and assets restrictions. and increasing dividends and buybacks, bank of america says it made a decision after finding an error in its stress test. and general electric may find some competition. siemens could make an offer if they get access to the same financial information as ge did. this is from sources familiar. that is a headline this hour. >> thank you. let's go to the milken global conference taking place in los angeles. bloomberg's erik schatzker and stephanie ruhle have been speaking with the guests all day, and currently, they are with the governor of colorado. >> thank you so much. we are, again, with governor john hickenlooper. >> glad to be here. >> colorado has fascinated the area for many reasons, but recently, the nation's fascination is with marijuana. >> it's true, a question we get all of the time. >> i can imagine. it would appear from where we sit and from where others sit that the experiment,
recall last month when pro-russian maish i can'ts took over the crimean peninsula and handed it to russia, many thought the militias were not only pro-russian but russian. russian president vladimir putin knew different. >> those are local self defense units. >> jon: you have to take the man at his word. come on. look at that face. with that, would that face lie to you? don't answer that because that face would kill you with poison. actually, that face did lie to you. vladimir putin in the meantime spoke on russian tv for the first time he admitted the troops in unmarked uniforms who took crimea before its annexation by moscow were, in fact, russian soldiers. >> jon: april fools'. in february. ordinarily, i would let by gonzales be by gonzales but large parts of eastern ukraine are now filled with the mysterious militias, taking over government buildings and not only taking ukrainian tanks, they are doing things with them i didn't think you could do. i have to tell you, man, with all due respect to ukraine that is -- but at least now putin is more accustomed to telling the truth i am sur
. president obama announced a new against russia today. targeting seven russian government officials, 17 companies with links to put in. kt mcfarland joins us now. only a few more individuals, no industries targeted. putin himself not targeted despite "the new york times" story yesterday. if these sanctions had real bite, the stock market would be down 100, not up 100. >> he is going to put the sanctions on a few bank accounts. the money has been cleared out of the bank account months ago. a few visa denials. there might have to spend their time in sochi. stuart: the word surrender is a very strong word. >> he will keep going. that is the message to take away from this. there is no penalty for whatever he wants to do. in eastern ukraine with little green men. the russian troops taking off, still in russian uniform. in eastern ukraine, other parts of the former soviet union space. the question is how far does putin go. i think he is going all the way to challenge nato. that is strong stuff. stuart: if he did that, this market would come down. >> there is article five, it is all for one, o
, everyone. president obama announcing tough new sanctions on russia over the crisis in ukraine. nbc's peter alexander is in manila, philippines, where the president is wrapping up a week-long tour of asia. >> reporter: willie, good morning. those new sanctions will target vladimir putin's billionaire cronies and russian companies in what president obama described as a calibrated effort to change russia's behavior. president obama was welcomed here in the philippines today, the fourth and final stop in his weeklong asia tour. but it's the crisis in ukraine that keeps demanding the president's attention. >> we are keeping in reserve additional steps should the situation escalate further. >> reporter: in this region, u.s. officials signed a ten-year agreement to preposition fighter jets, ships and american troops at philippine bases. two decade after the u.s. controlled bases here were forced to shut down. after visiting troops here tomorrow, president obama will head back to washington. willie? >> all right, peter alexander in manila, thanks. >>> some new video out of south korea shows the ca
this morning. what else do we have? the yankees won. >> moving onto politics, war sanctions against russia over the crisis in ukraine. president obama says the u.s. and the eu will announce them later today. he spoke after arriving in manila as part of his asia trip. forwarde going to move with an expanded list of individuals and companies that will be affected by sanctions. they remain targeted. areas ofocus on some high tech defense exports to russia. we don't think they are appropriate to be exporting in this kind of climate. military has started exercises on the ukraine border. they will remain targeted sanctions. , germany warns of more sanctions if russia does not go operate. the next up is financials. we are not. . the front page stories. we need to look at the big deal. and astrazeneca deal would be the biggest in the united kingdom. he joins us by telephone. good morning to you. what will be the response of astrazeneca to this second offer by pfizer? >> good morning. we will see. it is going to be edited to see what astrazeneca will say about that. in the short term, they have declinin
, then they need to get serious about it, and so far the sanctions that have been imposed on russia are not serious. the prospect is the ones to be announced tomorrow will not be serious either, and, therefore, will have no effect. >> you talk about serious action. what do you think we should do. we have a point about the economy. standard & poor's cut their rating on friday. the interest rates are now 7.5% and the russian stock market is down 14.5% and putin just like says so what. >> two things. number one. what's causing the economic impact in russia is not the sanctions. it's the uncertainty and risk associated with the conduct of military operations in and around ukraine. you know the own payment, capital is a coward, the greatest pacifist in the world are capitalists who don't like the risk. let's also not forget that the economy and ukraine is going into the tank as well. so i think putin calculates that whatever the wounds he's suffering economically, temporary and can be overcome. which is why if the west is serious it needs to up its game, both politically and economically. >> we've got t
. >> and a taste in russia that's not always known for food. >> partly cloudy dry conditions expected for your afternoon. as the wet weather this morning begins to taper off a little bit later this morning. we are seeing a little bit of rain and up in some areas, i update those numbers and update the numbers coming up. >>> south korea's prime minister left 300 people missing or dead. many of the passengers were high school students. the investigation comes amid rising criticism of a government scandaling of the disaster. it's mostly symbolic because most of the power rests with south korea's president. 15 crew members have been arrested including the ship's captain. >>> this morning, a u.s. submarine scanning the bottom of the indian ocean for the malaysia jet. it's the 15th search for flight 370. may have been hurt on april 8th. malaysia is scheduled to make its report on that missing plane public next week. >>> president obama said the u.s. will continue to help in the search for the missing plane. the president made that announcement this morning after meeting with the country's prime mi
kerry, who again said more sanctions are coming down the pike if russia doesn't change its ways. guest: i think the u.s. government should do what he can within reason to try to deter the russian government -- what it can within reason to try to deter the russian government from interfering in the ukraine. there is an ancient lesson of foreign policy. there is such a thing as the balance of power. for country to maintain its independence, particularly if it is next door to a much more powerful nation, it either needs to muster the power itself to maintain its independence on its own or ally itself with others. ukraine is outside the scope of nato. we talked about poland earlier. poland is not. in the cold war, nato established the balance of power that, for decades, drew the line at the berlin wall. now the line has moved east into eastern europe. i don't think the united states has the means or interest perhaps the means, to use our power to establish a balance of power that protect the sovereignty of the ukraine from russia. ukraine needs to develop an ability to protect its own sove
could come against russia as early as monday. also overshadowed by those mideast peace talks that fell apart earlier this week. >> speaking of earlier this week, the president of course visiting south korea. what was his message there. >> well, he reaffirmed the united states commitment to south korea and also had more strong words, stern warning for north korea. essentially saying north korea would only become more isolated if it engaged in further incidents like the nuclear test. >> north korea's continued pursuit of nuclear weapons is a path that leads only to more isolation. it's not a sign of strength. anybody can make threats. anyone can move an army. anyone can show off a missile. that doesn't make you strong. it does not lead to security or opportunity or respect. those things don't come through force. they have to be earned. >> president obama also thanked american troops who are stationed in south korea. he spoke to them before he left the country and also offered his condolences to the families who have lost loved ones in that ferry accident in south korea. alex. >> okay, th
a more economic penalties against russia. and to read. he's sixteen international observers saying that nato spot the driest a us president lashes out at pyongyang on a visit to seoul yet here's to making preparations for a fresh new year. and afghanistan awaits the winner was all that this presidential poll that shows there's likely to be a runoff as no candidates across the two percent needed to avoid a second round. as the top stars are falling due to false bank at news from the start with new sanctions for moscow united states and other nations in the g seven have agreed to impose additional punitive measures on russia. in response to its actions in ukraine washington accuses the common and not following through with last week's agreement to de escalate tensions in the east of the country. new sanctions could come as early as monday our washington correspondent book out there gives us a closer look. it will be targeting individuals and entropy. well what about me than to prevent the people of the water at the others fall by the sink or tub after he was rushing back to the indiv
russia, with tough, new sanctions. but the question, is it enough to get them to back down from the ukraine border? things are really intensifying there. >> and the dialogue between obama and putin going on this morning. >>> and later, addicted to fire. we're going to go on the job with adrenaline junkies who do one of the most dangerous jobs on earth. in one of the toughest neighborhoods in america. what motivates these men to repeatedly risk their lives? >>> we want to start this morning with the severe weather. and what has been an unusually quiet tornado season changed radically and violently overnight. and now, there's a big, new system moving in, with 23 states in the crosshairs. our coverage begins this morning, with diane wilson from our affiliate, wtvd. she's in fake forest, north carolina, right now. diane, good morning. >> reporter: dan, several injuries reported due to these storms. fortunately, no deaths. but today, crews will be cleaning up, after strong winds, heavy rains, even hail, caused this widespread damage. >> it's on the ground. look how wide it is. >> rep
growing between the u.s. and russia over ukraine. now new sanctions backed by president obama could begin as soon as monday. abc's senior washington correspondent explains the importance of this action. >>> plus, prom day tragedy. an honor student stabbed to death on come puts just hours before the big dance. was she murdered by a boy who she rejected as a date. and the incredible rescue to save a father and son after they get lost hiking in the mountains. the helicopters flying in to save the day today. the heroes explaining how they did it. a lucky family. all that and more coming up. >> they were looking for an adventure and they got it. >> they got one, yeah. >> four square founder has apologized for helping his wife run the marathon with a fake number. after least year's attack security was increased to keep fake runners away from the course. a few snuck in, including a new york fashion writer married to four square fashion writer dennis crowley on the right. she said the two were separated during the becoming last year. they wanted to finish together this year but chelsea could not
that the government, perhaps europe, would put on. russia is not fulfilling their part of that bargain. host: i want to get to what those sanctions may be. do headlines like this concern you? this is from "the financial times." the editorial board writes -- guest: it is sad but i think it is true. there were russian jets that violated ukrainian airspace. large columns of armories and tanks are moving inside of russia, very much toward the ukrainian border. it is looking much more menacing. ukrainian governments have said they are expecting this may not go in a direction we are all going to be happy to see. what further sanctions could change things here? guest: i think whether or not sanctions can change things has very much to do with what sanctions are. . i'm not sure it is going to do very much, we have already tried that, and we have already seen results. what we have seen are the encouraging symbols of their peripheral signals. we have seen and massive amount of capital slight from russia. moore capital slight dent in the entire period of last year. it is not changing the actions of the russian
of these pricey engines from the company whether it under mines the u.s. sanctions on russia and logosin. jen socky says, listen to this diplomatic hair splitting. it was targeted as an individual, not as a company. so let me get this straight. the obama administration thinks when the company rogosin runs is paid millions of dollars by the american company for those engines, rogosin is going to do the right thing. is he going to pay everyone but himself? pretty dumb, huh? and that's my off-the-record comment tonight. >>> and, this is so strange. another bizarre twist in the flight 370 mystery. the latest involves a hostage situation, a live report from australia is next. don't forget to watch hannity tonight at 10:00 p.m. eastern. sean hosts a debate on the legalization of pot. don't miss stoned america. a special edition of hannity tonight at 10:00 p.m. eastern. ready for action? take osteo bi-flex®. osteo bi-flex® nurtures and helps defend your joints° because it's specially formulated with joint shield (tm)... so now you can keep doing... and doing... and doing what you love. hi mom, da
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